Photographer's Note

I have spent two days in Prague. On the first day it was pouring most of the time. It didn’t stop me from exploring this beautiful town but it very much limited number of photos which I made. On the second day the weather started to get better but most of the time it was milky-cloudy with terrible dispersed light and everything appeared washed-out-grey. Finally, towards the evening there were some moments with interesting light. Of course, always when the light was great, I was either in a jewellery shop or waiting for lunch in a restaurant. When I got back to the Old Town Market Square all my companions were exhausted. My daughter ice-screamed (screamed for an ice cream). That was a great idea! We could sit down in a café which had a great point of view (in this photo) and wait for a good light to come. “Take your time with the ice cream” - I told my daughter. “Please sit down and relax” - I told my parents-in-law. I just waited, and waited, and waited, and finally the light became interesting again and I was already in a great spot! Here you are.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5253 W: 103 N: 13427] (53892)
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